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1928-1929 New York Americans Signed Team Photo
1928-1929 New York Americans signed team photo
This photo of the New York Americans was taken in Portland, Oregon when the New York Americans of the National Hockey League came to Portland to play the Portland Buckaroos March 31thru April 4, 1929.

The photo is signed by (left to right): Tex "Wilfred" White, Joe "Bullet" Simpson (HOF),Harry  Connor, Johnny "Jake" Sheppard, Lionel "Big Train" Conacher (HOF),Charlie "Rabbit" McVeigh, Billy Burch (HOF), Roy "Shrimp" Worters (HOF), Leo Reise Sr. and Tommie Gorman (HOF). It also has an inscription in the lower right corner that says: To our friend Babe, from the "Gang".

The Americans finished the 1929 season in second place in the Canadian Division, behind the Montreal Canadiens with a record of 19 wins, 13 losses and 12 draws (ties). Their leading goal scorer was Billy Burch, who finished with 11 goals and 5 assists. In the Play-Offs the Americans lost a two games series against the New York Rangers, by a combined score of 1-0. 

(This photo came from the estate of Aubrey Webster who played for the Portland Buckaroos in 1939 and 1940)
1937-1938 Vancouver Lions (PCHL) team signed sheet
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The above sheets are autographed by the 1937-1938 Vancouver Lions team along with their Hall of Fame coach, Fred W. (Cyclone) Taylor.

The signatures are as follows:
Maitland "Red" Conn, Bill Hutton, Ellis "Moose" Pringle, Jimmy Arnott, Owen "Lulu" Lennon, Irv Frew, Maurice "Morey" Rimstad, Percy Jackson, Charles "Tip" O'Neill.
1948-1949 Portland Eagles Autographed Puck, With Original Box
1948 Art Ross hockey puck box, with Eddie Cantor Club inscription 1948_49 portland eagles signed puck 1948_49 portland eagles signed puck logo side 1948 Art Ross hockey puck box

This Art Ross CCM puck signed by players on the 1948-1949 Portland Eagles Hockey Club was originally a promotion for the "Bernie Cantor Film Club" in Portland. The inscription on the box states "Compliments of Bernie Cantor Film Club of Oregon".
The puck is signed by the following Portland Eagles players:
Sandy Milne, Tom Karakas, Johnny Horvath, Albert Shewchuk, Walter Hnatiuk, Frank Davis, Harold "Nick" Bangay.

Pat Desbiens scored 50 goals that year and his nickname was the "Hat Trick King" due to his prolific goal scoring ability. Tommy Karakas also played the entire 70 games in goal that season and finished with a respectable GAA of 3.37 with 3 shutouts.

The 1948-1949 Portland Eagles had a record of 32 wins, 31 losses and 7 ties in 70 games.

1948-1949 Portland Eagles Autographed Puck
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This second Art Ross CCM puck signed by players on the 1948-1949 Portland Eagles Hockey Club may have originally also been given away as a promotion for the "Bernie Cantor Film Club" in Portland, however it did not come with the box, so I cannot state that as fact. However, there seems to be an attempt to get all the team signatures on to the second puck, that did not make it on to the one above.

This puck is signed by the following Portland Eagles players:

Doug Carrigan, Alex "Sandy" Milne, Frank Davis, Hugh Sutherland, Pat Desbiens, Johnny Savicky, Rudy Bobrosky and Johnny Horvath.
1967-1968 Portland Buckaroos Autographed Puck
1967-68 portland buckaroos signed puck 1967-68 Portland Buckaroos signed puck logo side

This Official Portland Buckaroos puck came from the collection of one of the trainers for the Bucks, C.J. Lindsay (who also coached Mark Messier here in Portland as a Midget).

The puck is signed by the following 1967-1968 Portland Buckaroo players:
Jim McLeod (G), Rich Van Impe, Art Jones, Mike Donaldson, Dennis Kearns, Jim Hay, Mel Pearson, Cliff Schmautz, Arnie Schmautz, Andy Hebenton, Wayne Smith, Bill Saunders, Arlo Goodwin, Larry Leach, Doug Messier, Connie Madigan, Marv Edwards (G), Norm Johnson, Coach - Hal Laycoe and Trainer - Berlyn Hodges.

The 1967-1968 Portland Buckaroos had a record of 40 wins, 26 losses and 6 ties and finished first in the League in regular season play.

1972-1973 Portland Buckaroos Autographed Puck
1972-73 portland buckaroos signed puck 1967-68 Portland Buckaroos signed puck logo side

This Official Portland Buckaroos puck came from the collection of one Ed Long who amassed most of the Portland Buckaroos memorabilia in my collection.

The puck is signed by the following 1972-1973 Portland Buckaroo players:
Bill Saunders, Mike Donaldson, Rich Van Impe, Andy Hebenton, Jim Stanfield, Cliff Schmautz, Phil Headley (G), Art Jones, Gary Kilpatrick, Guyle Fielder, Dave Kelly (G), Glen Toner, Larry Leach, Andre Aubry, Gordie Nelson, Mike Keeler, Derek Black, Ken Campbell, Tom Foxcroft and Trainer - Berlyn Hodges.

The 1972-1973 Portland Buckaroos had a record of 21 wins, 39 losses, 12 ties and finished 6th in the League in regular season play.

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